Noting that it’s now more important than ever to remove himself from distractions, LeBron James has decided to take his social media-free “playoff mode” to the next level by journeying deep into the tundra of northern Saskatchewan to await the Cavaliers’ next opponent.
LeBron is holed up in a yurt 75 miles west of Wollaston Lake, where he plans to “reflect on the first two rounds, fend off wolves, and definitely not tweet.”
LeBron added that surviving the intense, volatile northern Canadian climate would prove invaluable should the Cavaliers next face the Raptors, and absolutely useless should they face the Heat. He did acknowledge, however, that the experience could prove catastrophic should he come down with frostbite.
When asked by teammate Kevin Love if he could come too, LeBron reportedly said “no.”